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October 23/03 9:26 am - Perras Wins at Herald Sun Tour, 2004 Tour de France, Nova Scotia 'Cross


Posted by Editor on 10/23/03
 

Herald Sun Tour - Australia

Stage 9 - Horsham to Mt. William 99 km

1 Tim Johnson (USA) Active For Life 2:33:00
2 Jonas Ljungblad (Swe) City Of Melbourne at 0:15
3 Kjell Carlstrom (Fin) Pelaco 0:17
4 Luke Roberts (Aus) Emu Spirit-Apsco s.t.
5 Sean Sullivan (Aus) Barloworld 0:20
6 Scott Guyton (NZL) Jayco 0:21
7 Jeremy Hunt (GBR) Malaysia Airlines 0:22
8 Simon Gerrans (Aus) Malaysia Airlines 0:24
9 Matt Wilson (Aus) Malaysia Airlines 0:26
10 Rhys Pollock (Aus) Vicroads 0:29

12 Eric Wohlberg (Can) Active For Life 0:37
13 Scott Moninger (USA) Ballarat-Eureka! 0:41
49 Michael Sayers (USA) Ballarat-Eureka! 18:48
64 Dominique Perras (Can) Active For Life 27:20
71 Alex Candelario (USA) Ballarat-Eureka! s.t.


Stage 10 - Hall's Gap to Ararat 53 km

1 Dominique Perras (Can) Active For Life 1:17:02
2 Lubor Tesar (Cze) Team Warrnambool at 0:04
3 Chris Newton (GBR) Bendigo Building Industry 0:10
4 Simon Gerrans (Aus) Malaysia Airlines 0:23
5 Luke Roberts (Aus) Emu Spirit-Apsco 0:28
6 Robert McLachlan (Aus) Caravello 0:37
7 Shaun Higgerson (Aus) FRF Couriers 0:43
8 Scott Guyton (NZL) Jayco 0:46
9 Sean Sullivan (Aus) Barloworld 0:47
10 Matt Wilson (Aus) Malaysia Airlines s.t.

11 Scott Moninger (USA) Ballarat-Eureka! 0:55
14 Tim Johnson (USA) Active For Life 1:13
53 Eric Wohlberg (Can) Active For Life 3:35
67 Michael Sayers (USA) Ballarat-Eureka! 6:59
68 Alex Candelario (USA) Ballarat-Eureka! s.t.

GC

1 Luke Roberts (Aus) Emu Spirit-Apsco 22:36:10
2 Simon Gerrans (Aus) Malaysia Airlines at 0:34
3 Kjell Carlstrom (Fin) Pelaco 1:07
4 Tim Johnson (USA) Active For Life 1:15
5 Matt Wilson (Aus) Malaysia Airlines 1:20
6 Sean Sullivan (Aus) Barloworld 1:24
7 Scott Guyton (NZL) Jayco 1:32
8 Jeremy Hunt (GBR) Malaysia Airlines 1:39
9 Kristian House (GBR) Emu Spirit-Apsco 2:08
10 Jonas Ljungblad (Swe) City Of Melbourne 2:15

13 Scott Moninger (USA) Ballarat-Eureka! 4:18
18 Eric Wohlberg (Can) Active For Life 5:41
35 Michael Sayers (USA) Ballarat-Eureka! 26:10
43 Alex Candelario (USA) Ballarat-Eureka! 37:07
44 Dominique Perras (Can) Active For Life 37:23


2004 Tour de France Route

The Tour organization has announced the route for next year. This year the Tour is anti-clockwise, and starts in Belgium for the Prologue and stages one to three. Climbing begins on stage 12, in the Pyrenees for two days, followed by the Alps for stages 15 to 17. Individual time trials are set for stage 16 (a climber's ITT up Alpe d'Huez) and stage 19. A total of 3395 kilometres will be covered.

Prologue - July 3: Prologue Liege
Stage 1 - July 4: Liège-Charleroi
Stage 2 - July 5: Charleroi-Namur
Stage 3 - July 6: Waterloo - Wasquehal
Stage 4 - July 7: Arras - Cambrai
Stage 5 - July 8: Amiens - Chartre
Stage 6 - July 9: Bonneval - Angers
Stage 7 - July 10: Chateaubriand - Saint Brieuc
Stage 8 - July 11: Lamballe - Quimper
July 12: Rest Day: Transfer to Limoges
Stage 9 - July 13: St Leonard de Noblat - Guéret
Stage 10 - July 14: Limoges - St Flour
Stage 11 - July 15: St Flour - Figeac
Stage 12 - July 16: Castelsarrasin - La Mongie
Stage 13 - July 17: Saint Gaudens/Lannemezan - Plateau de Beille
Stage 14 - July 18: Carcassonne - Nimes
July 19 - Rest Day: Transfer to Nimes
Stage 15 - July 20: Nimes - Mt Ventoux
Stage 16 - July 21: Bourg d'Oisans - Alpe d'Huez ITT
Stage 17 - July 22: Courchevel - La Plagne or Le Grand Bornand
Stage 18 - July 23: Annemasse - Lons le Saulnier
Stage 19 - July 24: Besancon - Besancon ITT
Stage 20 - July 25: Melun - Paris



Kona Supah-Kup-A-Soup Supah Kross Series - Nova Scotia
Courtesy Cyclesmith Dartmouth

The Kona Supah-Kup-A-Soup Supah Kross Series is an action packed short course steeplechase race on a bike. The action will kick off at 11:30 am, and will be held at Seaview Park Lookoff on the last Sunday in October (Oct 26th), and the following three Sundays in November (November 2nd, 9th and 16th) . Riders will ride and run for a total of 45 minutes (plus 1 lap) while maneuvering their machines over small strategically placed objects which force the riders to dismount and run small sections of the course.

So you don't have a cyclocross bike - well what better reason to get out there and buy one. These light and strong bikes look like road bikes, but with their wider tires, longer chainstays, and canti brakes these bikes accelerate and handle well in the mud.

Even if you decide against buying another bike, you can still come out and compete, all bikes are permitted. Please, no bar ends.

Categories include: Open Men, Open Women, and U16 (Need to be 15 yrs old or younger)

The cost is only $2 per race

Race Length - 45 minutes + 1 lap

Where? Seaview Park Lookoff (Upper Portion at end of Novalea Drive, overlooking the MacKay Bridge) Halifax, Nova Scotia.

Call Cyclesmith at (902)425-1756 or 434-1756 if you need additional information, or go to www.cyclesmith.ca

Prizes supplied by Kona Bicycles

 


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